NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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The NBA action for Thursday November 8th features four games on the schedule to the delight of pro basketball bettors worldwide. TNT will televise a doubleheader over national television.

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It all gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT as the Oklahoma City Thunder will be home to the Houston Rockets. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Houston Rockets favored by -4 ½ points with the over under line set at 214 ½ points. Both teams started slow but have came on of late. Thunder will carry a six game win streak into this contest following the 95-86 road win at Cleveland on Wednesday. OKC over their past five games are shooting 48.1% while allowing opponents 44.8%. Houston in that same span has struggled as the team is making only 41% of their shots with 32.1% from three point range. On the injury front the Rockets Eric Gordon is questionable with a groin problem. OKC point guard Russell Westbook has been out of the lineup with various injuries this season. This time it is an ankle injury.

The late night game tips at 10:30PM Eastern Time on TNT TV with the Golden St Warriors hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves. Golden St is favored by -6 ½ points with the over under line of 235 ½ points. Golden St moved their record to 10-1 on the year with the 117-101 home victory to Memphis covering as a -13 ½ point favorite. This marked the fourth straight victory by double digits and seventh in eight games. Warriors shot 50% in the win and dominated the glass by putting down 16 more rebounds than the Grizzlies. On the season Golden St is shooting 52% with 42% from the three point line. Milwaukee is off to an 8-2 record losing two of their past three games. Bucks opened up this west coast road trip with the 118-103 road defeat at Portland on Tuesday as a two point favorite. Bucks allowed 53.7% shooting to the Trailblazers with 17 of 43 from three. Bucks had a poor shooting night converting on 43.5%.

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